3 things to avoid if you want to keep your carpets mold-free
In a study recently published in the journal Building and Environment, a research team from The Ohio State University’s Indoor Environmental Quality Laboratory found that carpets with higher concentrations of dust were more likely to grow mold than those with lower concentrations.
The team also found that fungi burrowed into the fibers of rugs made from natural materials, such as wool. (The mold the researchers found is fungal growth.)
Date Published: March 12, 2020
Publication: Ohio State News
Author: Laura Arenschield